If you consider yourself jinxed, you believe your bringing bad luck to yourself and others. If your rooting for a team that is losing and you decide to change the channel and they end up winning, your definitely a jinx. There's four million fans watching the game who owe thanks to you because you turned off the game. I remember when broadcasters kept their mouth shut when a pitcher was pitching a no-hitter. They didn't want to jinx the pitcher.
What is this jinx thing and how serious do we really go with this? And another thing, what's the difference between jinx and superstition. Wade Boggs ate chicken before every game. Jason Terry, now playing for the Celtics, sleeps in the shorts of his opponent the next day. Wayne Gretzky used to put his gear and uniform on in exact order every day and Tiger Woods wears red on Sundays. They do this superstitious stuff so they don't jinx themselves.
I'm glad there's nobody on line.com that's superstitious or feel like they jinx themselves. I don't think we can jinx ourselves. I think whatever will happen will happen. Well, I'm not sure I'm totally convinced. Maybe I'm not being 100% truthful. Maybe I know I'm not being truthful. I guess everybody is a little superstitious in some ways.
Edited 7/19/12 at 9:05AM by tucker19 - No reason listed.